Nancy Agosto joined Trenton Arts at Princeton (TAP) as its inaugural program coordinator in August 2022. She is responsible for managing Saturday Morning Arts (SMArts) rehearsals, liaising with Trenton students and families, organizing collaborations with the Greater Trenton College Access Network, advising SMArts members on the college application process, designing communication materials, and planning events. Nancy graduated from Muhlenberg College in 2022 with a double major in art history and Latin American & Caribbean studies and a minor in studio art. While at Muhlenberg, Nancy worked at 91.7 WMUH as a radio archivist and at the Martin Art Gallery as a gallery assistant. Before joining TAP, Nancy worked with the Princeton University Preparatory Program (PUPP). She was a teaching assistant, developing class curricula in art and literature for two summers. Nancy’s passion for community engagement and public access to higher education stems from her background as a Trenton Central High School graduate and former PUPP scholar.
Trenton Arts at Princeton (TAP) is a collaboration between the Department of Music, Lewis Center for the Arts, and Pace Center for Civic Engagement. Our mission is to build a community of young artists across Trenton and Princeton University through student leadership and volunteer opportunities, youth programming, community performances, and more.